Fulfilling Our Mission in a Changing World
Seattle University's Strategic Plan for 2013-2018
In May 2012 the Seattle University Board of Trustees charged the university with developing a strategic plan for Seattle University that builds upon the planning work that has already been undertaken, responds to our changing environment, and helps to fulfill the mission and strategic priorities of the university.
To fulfill this charge, the President appointed a Strategic Planning Council (SPC) comprised of thirty-two faculty, staff, and students. The SPC worked from September 2012 through February 2013 to develop Fulfilling Our Mission in a Changing World: Seattle University's Strategic Plan for 2013-2018. This plan has now been endorsed by the university's Board of Trustees.
Please review the links below for the plan itself and for information regarding the SPC's charge, membership, and process. If you have questions relating to strategic planning, we invite you to email us.
Download the strategic plan: Fulfilling Our Mission in a Changing World: Seattle University's Strategic Plan for 2013-2018
The Strategic Planning Council
The Strategic Planning Council was co-chaired by Dr. Jackie Helfgott, professor and chair of Criminal Justice, and Dr. Robert Dullea, Vice President for University Planning and Vice Provost. Click the link above for the council charge and membership.
The Strategic Priorities
The strategic plan helps fulfill the mission and strategic priorities of Seattle University. You can find more information regarding these priorities here. The five strategic priorities are Academic Excellence; Engaging the World; Catholic, Jesuit Character; Great Student Experience; and Investing in the Excellence of Our Faculty and Staff.